Microsoft lets users vote up the Xbox 360 games they want to play on Xbox One

Microsoft wants to know which Xbox 360 games you want to play on Xbox One, so the company can try to speed up the process of adding them to the list.

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Microsoft is not estrange for asking feedback from the community to understand its product better and provide what people really want. The company has done it with Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and with Xbox One, and with the recent announcement of Xbox One backward compatibility, the company now wants to get feedback from users to see which Xbox 360 games you want to play on the Xbox One console.

The software giant has launched a new forum page on Xbox Feedback for users to vote on their favorite games. (This information will help the company to increase the number of games backward compatible with Xbox One.)

Microsoft also notes that even though at the beginning there will be only a number of compatible games, new games will be added to the list every month. In addition, the company notes “We can’t promise every title will be available, but we’re working hard to make as many of your favorite Xbox 360 titles playable on Xbox One.”

Among the now extensive list of Xbox 360 games people want to play on Xbox One, the top-10 requests are:

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops II
  2. Red Dead Redemption
  3. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare II
  4. Skyrim
  5. Halo: Reach
  6. Call of Duty: Black Ops
  7. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
  8. Gears of War 3
  9. Fallout 3
  10. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare III

As you can see, Call of Duty is the one game franchise that stands out, and it’s not surprising, as the Call of Duty games are always in the top of the chart of popular games. However, there are other great games, including Halo Wars, BioShock Infinity, Mass Effect 3, GTA IV, and more. Currently there are only 24 games that Xbox One Preview users can play on Xbox One.

If you want other games to show up in the list of backward compatible, you can head over to the Xbox Feedback page to cast your vote.

Source Microsoft via Neowin